Category Archives: Internet

Designer Jon Sibal (JONSIBAL Design Works) Talks "Cars and Comics" with the Hard Parking Podcast

A man who leads two professional lives, Jon Sibal of JONSIBAL Design Works talks on the Hard Parking Podcast about his life designing cars from basic photoshop to advanced 3D render and modeling and then walks listeners through the comic book design process after spending years as a professional Inker within the comic book industry working on titles stemming from X-Men, Iron Man, Super Man, Batman and all things in [] ... read more - click title

Glam Rock Duo Kingston & GreyStarr Release Their Debut EP, Covered in Glitter on Main Man Records

Main Man Records recording artists Kingston & GreyStarr released their debut EP, Covered In Glitter, a fast-paced, glitter-filled journey through their favorite new wave and rock n’ roll classics. They’ve created glam-infused, modern interpretations of hits by legendary artists AC/DC, INXS, Talking Heads, David Bowie and The Cars. Tom Hanley of 95.9 WRAT said, “Kingston and GreyStarr are a vibrant Glam [] ... read more - click title

Virtual Frogtown Artwalk Offers Free Workshops, Activities and Presentations

The three-day festival, The Frogtown Artwalk, in its 12th year, kicks off on Friday, October 16 and runs until Sunday, October 18, with programming and activities for kids and adults including free workshops, artist talks, panel discussions, art exhibits, online art galleries, music and dance performances, video interviews, crafts and demonstrations. All activities will be live-streamed on one or more platforms including [] ... read more - click title

Afrofuturism and the Black Speculative Arts – a Three-Part Virtual Series, 2nd Sundays, 2 pm (PST) October – December 2020

The Afrofuturism and Black Speculative Arts virtual series takes place on October 11, November 8, and December 13, the second Sundays of each month at 2pm (PST), 3pm (MT), 4pm (CST), and 5pm (EST).The October and November portions of the series are roundtable discussions, while the December program is the reading of poetry of an Afrofuturist immersion and is curated. [] ... read more - click title

How Independent Artists Can Use Low Cost Internet Services to Decide Which of Their Songs Should be Promoted to Radio Stations

Promoting a song to radio stations is an expensive proposition. Needless to say, independent artists or bands have to manage their resources very carefully. The following, is how Jay Elle (, the rebel butterfly, an independent singer, songwriter, and guitar player from New York City, uses two low cost Internet services to decide which of his new songs he will promote to radio stations. [] ... read more - click title